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Monday, December 15, 2008

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joco

Hiya Linda,

We have to be a bit creative to produce a festive post in all this outdoor gloom, don't we?

BTW, why does my linkage on Carol's page have a smiley?? I feel like Coco the clown

Shirl

Hi there Linda :-)

Thank-you, this made me smile. Beautiful images! I plan a slight artistic licence from my Scottish garden too. I believe I have a couple of flowers... it's dawn just now - ah a lovely time of the day :-D

Frances

Hi Linda, you have some beautiful blooms scattered about. I love the watercolor in the first photo!
Frances at Fairegarden.

Sue

I love your creativity! I wish I'd thought of that!

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Hi Joco — It is so cold here this morning that I don't think the camera would even work if we tried to shoot outdoors. It's -10F/-23.3C. Thanks for stopping and I'll be over to visit you soon.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Shirl — Thanks for stopping by. I decided that I had at least two months of snow to go, so I am keeping it colorful for the moment.

Racquel

What glorious blooms to have on display year round in your home.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Hi Frances and Sue — I love that little painting, too. It's on the inside of a small dish from the 1930s that was a gift from a friend. It makes a great bloom for this event!

Mr. McGregor's Daughter

I'm trying desperately to be a houseplant person, but I'm struggling to keep them alive. Expecting them to bloom is asking too much!
I like your alternative blooms. I'm not a floral pattern in my home person, but I'd make an exception for the first two you've shown. I'm also drawn to the Peony one. It's lovely.

Dee/reddirtramblings

You are so clever. I don't really like houseplants at all. In fact, other than my Christmas cacti and the bulbs I planted for indoor color, I have a total of one.

Cute bloom day post. We have a few of those type of blooms here too.~~Dee

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Mr. McG's daughter — I do not think of myself as much of a floral pattern person either, but my husband pulled together about 20 pieces of floral china in nothing flat. So it's all around me, but usually I don't notice it when the garden is actually in bloom. Thanks for stopping by. (And, yes, there is a problem with the comment mode. They tell me they're working on it.)

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Dee — glad to hear someone else is not a houseplant person either. So many folks have gorgeous things flowering indoors, but it's just not happening here!

Carol, May Dreams Gardens

What? You and Dee aren't houseplant people?! Oh, well, you still managed to come up with some "blooms" in the winter time. I think we all could come up with more "flowers" inside than we ralize we have.

Thanks for a very creative bloom day post!

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Carol — if you are still visiting GBBD posts at this time of night, it means you've been at it all day. Actually almost 24 hours judging by the time you posted last night. I have barely visited half the folks on the list. I've decided it's a two-day project. Thanks for stopping by. (BTW I went and counted and I have exactly 1 poinsettia, 2 orchids, 1 ornamental cabbage and 1 Rex begonia indoors).

Lisa

Very creative Bloom Day post! I'll have to try this next month when I have zero "real" blooms...unless I cheat and buy something! :)

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Lisa — Next month will be a snow post for me for sure!

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